NASCAR Truck Series Contender Brett Moffitt Injured in Motobike Crash
There is never a particularly good time for an injury, but 2018 NASCAR Truck Series champion Brett Moffitt is unlikely to miss any starts while recovering from a motocross bike incident over the next six to eight weeks.
GMS Racing revealed on Monday that Moffitt suffered a fracture to both legs and underwent surgery after an incident on Saturday afternoon. His surgery was successful, and he will undergo a rehabilitation process over the next two months, a period that matches the current Centers for Disease Control recommendation for the coronavirus shutdown.
Moffitt has finishes of 13th and 16th to open the 2020 Truck Series season and is currently ranked fourth in the championship standings after Daytona and Las Vegas. Austin Hill, Johnny Sauter and Ben Rhodes are the only drivers ranked ahead of him.
Moffitt has 11 victories in 61 starts, including 10 over the past two seasons.
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